The EcoRight News represents a one-stop shop for the most recent and compelling conservative climate news from senior lawmakers, thought leaders and the rising voices in the EcoRight. Federal, state and local issues and events are covered, and we feature commentary from EcoRight allies.
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What a way to kick off an already hot week. First there was our Ohio-based spokesperson Tyler Gillette's op-ed in the Columbus Dispatch. In his thought piece
Chelsea Henderson | August 05, 2019
In late July, Republican Rep. Francis Rooney of Florida introduced his much anticipated carbon tax bill, the Stemming Warming and Augmenting Pay Act — or
Wen Lee | August 05, 2019
Happy August! While this is typically a brutally hot and humid month in the DC area, we're inching close to the best season, fall... when the leaves turn and kids go back to school and sweaters come out of hiding. Unless we screw it all up b...
Chelsea Henderson | August 02, 2019
We are in the luxurious position of having multiple carbon tax bills floating around Washington, DC, including two sponsored by Florida's Rep. Francis Rooney, enough to make the EcoRight jump for joy. But how to distingui...
Chelsea Henderson | July 30, 2019
Louisiana Rep. Garret Graves, who after much wrangling with leadership earlier this year for "a better way to apply Republican principles" to climate change now serves as the top ranking Republican on the House Select Commit...
Chelsea Henderson | July 29, 2019
Happy last Friday in July! Today I'm thrilled to report that on my morning run, it was 30 degrees cooler than it was last Friday when I went for a run. Especially good because the EcoRight was hot hot hot this week. "I can tell you from what...
Chelsea Henderson | July 25, 2019
On Thursday, Florida Rep. Francis Rooney, co-chair of the House Climate Solutions Caucus and conservative leader on climate change, is expected to introduce his much-talked about carbon tax bill. Unlike a previous ...
Chelsea Henderson | July 24, 2019
The #EcoRight speaks up! In this series, we profile republicEn members across the country: conservatives, libertarians, and independent thinkers who recognize the seriousness of climate change and support pragmatic solutions.
Benjamin Mutolo | July 23, 2019